NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 09: UFC Featherweight Champion Conor McGregor takes part in UFC 205 Open Workouts at Madison Square Garden on November 9, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

Rumor: Police “aware” following Conor McGregor’s alleged Dublin bar brawl

Police are "aware" of Conor McGregor's barroom brawl.

Police in Dublin have been made aware of star fighter Conor McGregor's involvement in barroom brawl inside The Black Forge, according to the Daily Mail.

Multiple eyewitnesses said McGregor was in the pub before a fight broke out involving him, a man in his 50s, a younger man, and a fourth man.

The Daily Mail reported that no statements were taken, but several people posted things on social media about McGregor's involvement in the fight.

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The Irish Daily Star also had this headline, which says "Top Celeb 'Punched Mobsters' Dad.'"

McGregor posted a video on Instagram where he didn't say anything but called himself "the celebrity."

No one at the bar is talking, and police haven't taken any action yet despite seemingly knowing what happened.

Even if nothing happens to McGregor, the report is alarming.

This comes on the heels of McGregor jumping into the cage at a Bellator event, another event where he was caught using a homophobic slur and being TKO'd by Floyd Mayweather.